Grateful Dead Live at Warfield Theater on 1980-10-10
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
d1t01 - On The Road Again
d1t02 - It Must Have Been The Roses
d1t03 - Monkey And The Engineer
d1t04 - Jack-a-roe
d1t05 - Dark Hollow
d1t06 - To Lay Me Down
d1t07 - Heaven Help The Fool
d1t08 - Bird Song
d1t09 - Ripple
Set 2: (Electric)
d1t10 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo >
d1t11 - Franklin's Tower
d1t12 - Me And My Uncle >
d1t13 - Big River
d2t01 - Candyman
d2t02 - Beat It On Down The Line
d2t03 - Row Jimmy
d2t04 - New Minglewood Blues
d2t05 - Althea
d2t06 - Jack Straw
d2t07 - Scarlet Begonias >
d2t08 - Fire On The Mountain
d2t09 - Samson And Delilah
d2t10 - Big Railroad Blues
d3t01 - Estimated Prophet >
d3t02 - Eyes Of The World >
d3t03 - Drums >
d3t04 - Space >
d3t05 - Truckin' >
d3t06 - Nobody's Fault jam >
d3t07 - Black Peter >
d3t08 - Around And Around >
d3t09 - The // Promised Land
d3t10 - U.S. Blues
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|On The Road Again|
|It Must Have Been The Roses|
|Monkey and The Engineer|
|To Lay Me Down|
|Heaven Help The Fool|
|Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo >|
|Me and My Uncle >|
|Beat It On Down The Line|
|New Minglewood Blues|
|Scarlet Begonias >|
|Fire On The Mountain|
|Samson and Delilah|
|Big Railroad Blues|
|Estimated Prophet >|
|Eyes Of The World >|
|Nobody's Fault Jam >|
|Black Peter >|
|Around and Around >|
|The // Promised Land|
Source: Matrix (SBD/AUD mixdown):
Electric: MSR>C>C>DAT>WAV>SHN (C>DAT Conversion by Cousinit)
Taper: Most probably Bob Menke
Location: Balcony, Center
Source: Nakamichi CM700 Mics (3)>Mixer>Sony D-5
Remaster: 1st Gen. Cassette>JVC TD-W309 (w/pitch correction)>
Tascam DA-20mkII>Tascam CD-RW700
Conversion: CDR > EAC (secure) > Cool Edit (minor clean up) >
cdwav (retracking) > mkwact > shn (seekable)
Remastering and pitch correction by Douglas Ferguson
Shn Conversion by firstname.lastname@example.org
Both sources were snh files downloaded from LMA and converted to
WAV > Vegas 5 > WAV > CD Wave (tracking) > FLAC 16 (FLAC Frontend level 8)
See txt file for details.
- San Francisco, CA
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Chris Chappell
- Warfield Theater
Subject: Roll away the Dew
kinda like I am the Monkees trying to go on after Jimi Hendrix.
5 stars> but then again I think each and every 1980 acoustic set deserves that recognition.
4 stars> a whole entire 2 set show after the acoustic material WOW!
While the sound is good and lively there are times especially between songs that the dead air is a bit of a buzz kill.
But bless our tapers, I can crank this with no problem!
Jack Straw as a 1st electric set closer !
The pre-drums 3rd set is solid and thick especially considering
they had already done two sets of music.
RXR Blues is another song
that I undervalued until getting into the GD archives
great placement here
I have never heard Promised Land being the last rocker of the night
Subject: Long one
Though this is a long show from the tour (the middle set is 1:20, the third is nearly 2), the playing is average overall. There are no great single-point sources for this date; they all devolve to some extent and all of the uncorrected origins are pitched incorrectly. Tracks from this show have shown up on four official releases and reissues.
First Set. This is one of the times that Bobby goes with "that girl" instead of "fat girl" for On the Road Again. There are 19 of these, but this is one of the best. The next couple are not as noticeable, but this may be the single best Jack-a-Roe of the eleven. It's also a long-familiar version, since it was on Reckoning. The solo is perfection and I love the quoted melody. Dark Hollow is likewise. Jer's fills behind Bobby are great and the solos are jaw-droppers. Get a bandaid or pillow. To Lay Me Down becomes stand-out at the 2nd solo - way nice. Bird Song, while maybe not the best from the shows, is still great. Because Ripple was played at all 25 shows, you can be choosy; but this has its charms (the harmonizing is a bit different, as is Brent's tinkling).
Second Set. This set is average '80 fare except for an insane Franklin's Tower - 8½min with some genuine faXtor, sans Help>Slip. The meat of the set is certainly solid enough. Jer takes two measures for the Uncle solo; the 2nd is nice. The Big River is a lot like a '74. Jer stretches here, too, but I could do without Brent's tinklebell preset - which sounded better/thicker from the stacks than it does on the SBDs. Candyman ain't bad but it's unusually spare. Beat it on Down the Line-8 is tossed off. Minglewood is more powerful in the full version than on Dead Set, where it has three edits: @0:23, 29sec are cut, taking one measure from the 1st Jer solo; @2:30, a 28sec cut takes one measure from the Brent solo; & a 1min24sec cut @3:15 takes one measure from Bobby's slide solo and all of the 2nd Jer solo. These cuts on the chappell are approximately 1:20>1:49, 3:01>3:29, & 4:13>5:37. The tail-out of Althea is great but the one a few days earlier is better. Average '80 set but Jer's solos are money throughout this show.
Third Set. Scar>Fire has some big moments, especially the latter. Samson is simply one of the year's best. It was chopped up for Dead Set: The first 9sec are missing; @0:23 33sec of the intro solo are cut; 38sec from the 2nd solo are cut (3:33>4:11 on the chappell MTX/@2:39 on DS); and the 3rd solo is cut by ~1:03 (5:10>6:13 on the chappell and @~3:35 on DS). Big Railroad is a full-on stomper. Estimated also flows on that energy. Though Eyes is way uptempo, it doesn't gel - or maybe that's why. Most of the rest is average '80, though the Truckin' has a brief Nobodys Fault jam (the only one of '80...I think), and Black Peter is one of the potent, stadium types.
1st Set: B
2nd Set: C+
3rd Set: B-
Overall = 3¼ stars
On the Road Again - a top version
Jack-a-Roe - perfection, maybe the best of the tour
Dark Hollow - check Jer's fills behind Bobby
Franklin's Tower - huge, faXtor Franks
Samson & Delilah - one of '80's best
Big Railroad Blues - a stomper
Black Peter - Jer plays to every last seat
SOURCES: The hinko_14386 SBD is the best 1st set. Other SBD sources of the first set are pitched slow - the unknown_73820 is a whole step down. SBDs are either missing or funky for the other sets. The best overall source for these is the chappell_sb03_28740. It patches the music gaps and compiles the best sources - however all are incorrectly pitched in various ways [2nd set needs +1% through Minglewood and -2% for the last two. The third set needs -2% for the first three; +3% for Railroad, Estimated, Peter and Around; and +2% for the rest]. All of the sources are poor from Truckin' onward and levels are deficient on most. The cousinit_24710 is a low-gen AUD, not a SBD. The ellner-marino is the best source for the last two songs, but needs -2% pitch correction. Jack-a-Roe is on Reckoning. Parts of Minglewood and Samson are on Dead Set. Row Jimmy and Jack Straw are on bonus copies of that release. Estimated is on the extra disc in the Beyond Description box [albeit pitched incorrectly, needing -1%].
Subject: bread crumb
Subject: 5 Stars!
Subject: Best show I've found
Subject: Fave 1980 show
Subject: Acoustic matrix
Subject: Holy cow . . .
Subject: An exploration of a new regime of physical experience a.k.a. miracle
Subject: Top Notch
Subject: first to review agian, this has to be one of my favorite acoustic first sets !